Help is at hand for WCRS’s Leon Jaume who, as we reported last
week, has been deprived of his beloved Ducati bike by an opportunist
Lowe Howard-Spink’s Tom Knottman won a gorgeous customised Velocifero
scooter (right) in a competition run by the SuperStock photo library
earlier this year, and has since been trying to sell it.
Such a purchase would be the ideal solution to Jaume’s vehicular
difficulties and keep the bike in the industry. Knottman has only
advertised the bike internally via his agency’s e-mail where he boasted
that all the top celebrities (including Jonathan Ross and members of
Oasis and U2) own them.
In a rather desperate bid to make the deal more enticing, Knottman also
claimed that the buyer would automatically be more attractive to women
We were intrigued as to why he didn’t want to keep such an obvious
sex-appeal enhancer. Perhaps he thinks he is so attractive that he has
no need of the babe magnet.
Jaume, who we’re sure doesn’t need anything to make him more attractive
to women (not if the homage paid to him on Campaign’s website is
anything to go by), does need some transport and should give Knottman a
call. Although the bike retails at about pounds 1,800, the best offer